""Seattle, Wash., Jan 06, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — In honor of National Pizza Week, starting Monday, January 9 through Friday, January 13, Bambino’s Pizzeria, a favorite pizza-and-microbrew restaurant located in the heart of Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, will offer 15 percent off all pizza orders and boasts a new lineup of highly coveted beers.

“At Bambino’s Pizzeria, our customers are our friends and family, and we are known in the community for serving great beer and delicious pizza made with only the freshest ingredients,” said Belle Coelho, owner of Bambino’s Pizzeria. “To give thanks to our network of supporters, we are offering an amazing discount during National Pizza Week with a discount as the perfect way to say thank you for letting Bambino’s Pizzeria be a part of the neighborhood.”

In addition to a 15 percent discount off all pizza orders during the second week of January, Bambino’s Pizzeria will add Hitachino Nest Ancient Nipponia, Port Santa’s Little Helper, and St Feuillien La Blanche to its highly regarded selection of beers. To prepare for the celebration, Bambino’s Pizzeria took the grunt work out of taste bud experimentation by meeting with local brewing companies and handpicking the best beer to pair with the pizzeria’s most popular dishes. The carefully selected combinations offer a unique and delicious dining experience to Bambino’s guests. With the perfect pairing of sweet, dry, flowery, or hoppy, the selected menu items will come to life. Buon appetito! ""

Bambino’s Bottles and Bambino’s Pizzeria Pairings:

— Lost Abbey Avante Garde suggested pairing: Benedetto Calzone – Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Spicy Calabrese, Sausage, Spicy Pepper

— Russian River Pliny the Elder suggested pairing: Gaius Plenius Pizza -Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Spicy Salami, Castelvetrano Olive, Pecorino Pepato

— Hitachino Nest Ancient Nipponia suggested pairing: Cheese Plate: Monchego – Monchego Cheese served with House made Crostinni

— The Bruery Autumn Maple suggested pairing: Primavera Pizza – Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Olive, Onion, Tomato, Mushroom, Pepper

— Port Santa’s Little Helper suggested pairing: Tropicale Pizza – Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Ham, Pineapple

— St Fuellien La Blanche suggested pairing: Tre Gusti Pizza – Truffle Oil, Fontal, Potatoes, Onion

— Lost Abbey Judgment Day suggested pairing: Mole Pizza – Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Salumi’s Mole Salami

“Pizza is a personal food and the individuality in each of our dishes is brought to life when washed down with a tasty ale,” said Coelho. “Beer and pizza connoisseurs are some of the most passionate people and our customers tend to seek us out for our rare beers and flavorful fare for which we always deliver.”

Bambino’s Pizzeria first opened in 2005 and grew to become a Seattle staple, helped along by its stellar brew line-up that includes cult favorites like Abbaye De Saint Bon-Chien, La Baladin Super Baladin, and Ommegang Gnomegang. The food itself is authentic New York Neapolitan Style cuisine incorporating local ingredients, with the exception of the true Italian crust that uses Caputo 00 flour — a hark back to Coelho’s native Italy. Pizzas and calzones are heated in a wood fire oven for a crispy, mouthwatering texture. Bambino’s Pizzeria boasts 12 different pizza combinations and nine calzone selections with the ability to customize your own concoction. Meals are accompanied by a variety of beers and wine including authentic barrel wine such as 2009 Mouvedre Washington Syrah for the perfect flavorful pairings.

Bambino’s Pizzeria is the ideal destination for great food and drink and open seven days a week year-round. The restaurant takes reservations for larger groups and can be located at 401 Cedar St, Seattle, WA 98121 or reached by phone at (206) 269-2222. For more information or to keep up with Bambino’s Pizzeria’s happenings, please visit us on Facebook at BambinosPizzeriaSeattle or follow the restaurant on Twitter at @bambinosseattle.

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